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Left rear tail lights/ blinker will not come on

Left rear tail lights will not come on. Blinker on left side goes extraordinarily fast. Entryless key unlock.... left lights/tail will not come on or blink

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    d1kostyo Feb 22, 2012

    I have got the same problem in my 2004 Dodge Ram . Haven't found a solution yet!

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Blinker too fast, the same side blinker light bulb on the front (or back) is burned. Check the fuses for the rear lights. You might have a light bulb filament stuck.

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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